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Kamala Harris: Trump Not Credible on Possible COVID-19 Vaccine

Newsmax Saturday, 5 September 2020
Democratic U.S. vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris said she would not take President Donald Trump's word alone on any potential coronavirus vaccine. In an interview excerpt broadcast by CNN on Saturday, Harris said Trump had a track record of suppressing expert...
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